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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: kenmore oven
This oven may fall under the touch pad complaint that many customer are having, click link to see if your's is one. http://www.lieffcabraser.com/profileovencomplaints.htm
Posted on Oct 23, 2007
SOURCE: Oven won't light
I am assuming this is a gas stove. You probably need a new flint in the igniter. Simple problem. Check your local hardware store for flint, and refer to your manufacturer's manual for how to install it. If it's not there, a quick call to a service technician should answer the problem. hope this has been helpful.
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
In most cases it is the ignitor itself. Eledtricity goes thru the ignitor and as it gets hot it allows more electricity thru to the gas coils, allowing them to open and let the gas go thru. The ignitors do get weak and will glow but that is all. Not enough electricity can get to the gas valve solenoids and let gas thru. Find a local parts dealer and give them your make and model # to order the part.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
Bakers Pride used several different safety valves over the years. If your oven has a pilot valve that has a beige know that you hold in and turn to light the pilot, then after it lights you need to turn the beige know another half round to the "on" setting. If you push in a red button to light the pilot, it may not be getting enough heat on the thermocouple where the pilot flame should be heating it up. Be sure the main gas valve on the front of the oven is turned to the on position also. On some models the pilot will light with the main gas valve in the off position. If you look at the pilot flame while it is burning, make sure that it is hitting the pencil sized thermopile enough to make it glow red. If not bend it slightly to improve the heating.
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
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